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This is a photo of the Stroke Task Force Meeting.

Lauren Nentwich, emergency medicine physician, discusses optimizing stroke care at Boston Medical Center at the monthly Stroke Task Force Meeting.

BMC Policies & Procedures

  1. Acute intra-arterial stroke treatment
  2. Transfer protocol for acute SAH, LVO, ICH patients
  3. ICH management
  4. ICP management
  5. Acute stroke guideline
  6. Aneurysmal SAH management
  7. ICH Reversal Guideline

Clinical Practice Guidelines